As I said in my previous post, I have decided that I am going to add book reviews to my blog content. Although I read more books than I care to imagine for my degree, that has not put me off reading extensively for pleasure. 557 more words
Tags » Civil Rights Movement
Civil Rights leader and Chicago native, Mrs. Alice Tregay passed away last weekend. She was awarded throughout her lifetime as a pioneer for civil and human rights by numerous organizations. 1,119 more words
POWERFUL. HISTORIC. MEMORABLE.
That trio of adjectives describes Selma to Montgomery: Marching Along the Voting Rights Trail, an exhibit of 45 black-and-white photos documenting the 1965 Civil Rights Movement through the work of photographer Stephen Somerstein. 696 more words
500 years ago- A people seeking freedoms from an overbearing and domineering government come to a land that’s already inhabited. They force these inhabitants out of their homes, almost in a genocide of both violent and malicious intent, as well as pure happenstance through the inflection of disease. 1,917 more words